#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Julia is a young woman dating a stranger that she met on the Internet in a bar. Out of the blue, she decides to leave the man and goes to the parking lot, but the stranger abducts her, and brands her thigh with the letter “X”. He then starts a nightmare journey for Julia. What will happen to the man?
Plot: Meeting a man on the Internet, Julia decides to see him in person, only to get abducted and branded with the letter “x” by that guy. A game of cat and mouse follows, but the story has an unexpected twist.
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God, did I enjoyed this flick. You just have to watch it without thinking and you will have a lot of fun with two hot chicks and a lot of red stuff.
It is P.J. Pettiette first attempt to direct a horror but being a producer of a few horrors it shows clearly that the director knew his stuff. It’s a flick with a great twist that you just couldn’t see coming. It all starts off when Julia (Valerie Azlynn) met a stranger (Kevin Sorbo) via internet not knowing that he is a serial killer. From the first minutes the red stuff comes in. Both Julia and the stranger are believable. Of course Julia tries to escape and once she tries it this flick becomes something different and from that point Jessica (Alicia Leigh Willis)comes into the story, the sister of Julia.
This flick is full of red stuff but it never becomes gory. Still, if you take it seriously then you will hate this but just watch it as a no-brainer. The only thing it is missing is of course some nudity. There is a bath scene with Julia but nothing is shown.
Towards the end you will have a laugh on your face and the end scene is so predictable and funny, yes, I liked it a lot. And I liked Kevin although a lot hate him.
Gore 1/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 3/5 Story 4/5 Comedy 1/5
Brilliant Black Comedy with a touch of Sorbo
This was a great surprise. I rented it as a last option with some friends basically because it had Kevin Sorbo in it and looked vaguely interesting.
What I got was a fantastic and funny game of cat and mouse where the tables are turned many times. To mention any of the plot would be to give too much away nut luckily the action escalates quickly and there’s rarely a boring moment.
Sorbo’s performance is one of the best I’ve seen from him in a long time. Most of the humour and success of the film comes from him and his indestructible character known as ‘The Stranger’. No one can defeat the mighty Hercules. This bloke can take some serious punishment and laugh it off with style.
For those of you who like plenty of violence and blood (like me) there’s plenty to be had here. Most of the film has a fun tone except for when it switches to the girls back story which then jolts the viewer into much more serious territory for several minutes before being taken back to the party. It’s like being at a beach party with mates only to look down and realise a shark has taken your leg off at the knee, but then to look around and realise that acid your friend gave you at the party is kicking in but your still having a great time.
Anyway I heartily recommend this film for a good time with mates or to impress your girlfriend with Sorboism (the new word for orgasm). Watch it just for the Ving Rhames seen at the end. This needs to happen more often to Ving.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 32 min (92 min)
Genre Comedy, Horror, Thriller
Director P.J. Pettiette
Writer Matt Cunningham, P.J. Pettiette
Actors Valerie Azlynn, Kevin Sorbo, Alicia Leigh Willis
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera 21st Century BX3 3D rig, Red One Camera
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Redcode RAW (4K) (dual-strip 3-D) (source format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema (3-D version)